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South Australia Adelaide - Belair Caves National Park

Belair National Park is an 835ha urban national park reserve located just 13 kilometres from the Adelaide City centre.

Belair National Park has important natural, cultural/historical and recreational values and is the birthplace of the national park system in South Australia. The Park was dedicated in 1891, making it the first National Park in South Australia.

. The Park is a part of the Department for Environment and Heritage(DEH) Sturt District which comprises 15 parks. It has become the gateway to other national park reserves in the state, as it is often the first port of call for many of the 250,000 local, interstate and overseas visitors who come here each year.

Location

The Park lies within the Mitcham and Adelaide Hills Council areas, and forms part of a chain of national park reserves located along the Adelaide Hills-Face zone

Further Information

https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/parks/Home

Phone: (08) 8204 1910

Visit: Ground Floor, 81-95 Waymouth Street, Adelaide, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

Park passes